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ANIL AMBANI, 49, is the sixth-richest man in the world with an estimated personal wealth of £21billion.

 

He is the chairman of Reliance Capital, Reliance Communications and Reliance Energy, where he is also managing director.

 

He was voted Businessman of the Year in 2006 by The Times of India but is only the second-richest man in his home country after his older brother Mukesh, who is worth $1bn more.

 

Reliance Industries is India’s largest business house and was founded by their father Dhirubhai Ambani, who died in 2002.

 

After Dhirubhai’s death, the company was split in two by their mother when it became obvious the two brothers could not work together.

 

Anil holds a science degree from Mumbai University and an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

 

He is married to Bollywood actress Tina Munim and his two sons study at the Cathedral and St John Connon School in Mumbai and Sevenoaks School in the UK.

 

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i just hope this sort of s*** makes people realise how ill stupid the the sun/newsoftheworld are. they get so much stuff wrong and are ill informed run by a bunch of private school twats wo are thick as f***. its no suprise that they are printing this thou-they love the southern clubs. alan oliver may be dumb but he aint a patch on these twats.

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EXCLUSIVE by ROB SHEPHERD

 

Says it all.

 

it does indeed-if there is one man who who you could set on fire right now would it be him?or ashley cole?

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One of the country's most high profile sports writers, Rob Shepherd of the Daily Express, has today been sentenced to 14 months in prison for attacking a man in a wine bar.

 

Express football editor Shepherd, 41, was sentenced at Croydon crown court in south London this afternoon and ordered to pay a total of £5,000 in costs and compensation.

 

He was taken straight to prison from the courtroom and is expected to serve at least half of the sentence in custody. He was ordered to pay £2,500 in compensation and £2,500 in total for his own costs and those of the prosecution.

 

He was found guilty of grievous bodily harm on December 8 after biting a man in La Rascasse wine bar in Beckenham High Street on July 5.

 

The journalist had been arguing with his wife in the bar because he did not approve of her showing off some lingerie she had just bought, Shepherd told the judge in December.

 

But another drinker in the bar, David McMenigall, told the court that as Shepherd was leaving, he placed his hands on Mr McMenigall's shoulders and bit him in the face after a disagreement over a mobile phone.

 

Shepherd said he acted in self-defence as he thought he was going to be attacked by Mr McMenigall or his friends.

 

He was not remanded in custody at the hearing in December because Judge Kenneth Macrae said it would be unfair to his two children just before Christmas.

 

But he banned Shepherd from pubs and ordered probation officers to investigate the sports writer's drinking habits and deferred sentencing until today.

 

The Express was not prepared to comment on Shepherd's imprisonment.

 

Shepherd was among 25 Express staffers to receive a £40,000 windfall from Lord Hollick when he sold the paper to Richard Desmond in 2000.

 

As one of football's highest profile hacks, working alongside Harry Harris at the Express, Shepherd made regular appearances on television and radio shows, talking about the game.

 

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One of the country's most high profile sports writers, Rob Shepherd of the Daily Express, has today been sentenced to 14 months in prison for attacking a man in a wine bar.

 

Express football editor Shepherd, 41, was sentenced at Croydon crown court in south London this afternoon and ordered to pay a total of £5,000 in costs and compensation.

 

He was taken straight to prison from the courtroom and is expected to serve at least half of the sentence in custody. He was ordered to pay £2,500 in compensation and £2,500 in total for his own costs and those of the prosecution.

 

He was found guilty of grievous bodily harm on December 8 after biting a man in La Rascasse wine bar in Beckenham High Street on July 5.

 

The journalist had been arguing with his wife in the bar because he did not approve of her showing off some lingerie she had just bought, Shepherd told the judge in December.

 

But another drinker in the bar, David McMenigall, told the court that as Shepherd was leaving, he placed his hands on Mr McMenigall's shoulders and bit him in the face after a disagreement over a mobile phone.

 

Shepherd said he acted in self-defence as he thought he was going to be attacked by Mr McMenigall or his friends.

 

He was not remanded in custody at the hearing in December because Judge Kenneth Macrae said it would be unfair to his two children just before Christmas.

 

But he banned Shepherd from pubs and ordered probation officers to investigate the sports writer's drinking habits and deferred sentencing until today.

 

The Express was not prepared to comment on Shepherd's imprisonment.

 

Shepherd was among 25 Express staffers to receive a £40,000 windfall from Lord Hollick when he sold the paper to Richard Desmond in 2000.

 

As one of football's highest profile hacks, working alongside Harry Harris at the Express, Shepherd made regular appearances on television and radio shows, talking about the game.

 

 

The News of the World will be hugely EMBARRASSED at Newcastle-Online's latest EXCLUSIVE scoop...

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It's no the wonder that his article is the first NUFC related one in weeks not to mention Joey Barton. :lol:

 

Might leave something in the comments bit, it won't get on but he should still see it.

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Guest TinoInHiding

 

ha ha, what a load of utter bollocks!

it aint gunna happen. For many, many, many reasons!

 

Care to elaborate on the reasons it won't happen?

I think Ashley has made it fairly clear that, for the right price, he would sell the club pretty quickly.

So, I don't understand why every report of a sale is treated with derision on here

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